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Wordnet 3.0

NOUN (4)

1. a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation;
[syn: low status, lowness, lowliness]

2. a feeling of low spirits;
- Example: "he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits"
[syn: downheartedness, dejectedness, low-spiritedness, lowness, dispiritedness]

3. the quality of being low; lacking height;
- Example: "he was suddenly aware of the lowness of the ceiling"

4. a low or small degree of any quality (amount or force or temperature etc.);
- Example: "he took advantage of the lowness of interest rates"

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3 definitions retrieved:

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Lowness \Low"ness\, n. The state or quality of being low. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

lowness n 1: a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation [syn: low status, lowness, lowliness] [ant: high status] 2: a feeling of low spirits; "he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits" [syn: downheartedness, dejectedness, low-spiritedness, lowness, dispiritedness] 3: the quality of being low; lacking height; "he was suddenly aware of the lowness of the ceiling" [ant: highness, loftiness] 4: a low or small degree of any quality (amount or force or temperature etc.); "he took advantage of the lowness of interest rates"
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

113 Moby Thesaurus words for "lowness": Schmerz, Slough of Despond, abjectness, abominableness, atrociousness, baseness, bassness, beggarliness, blank despondency, brevity, briefness, commonness, commonplaceness, compactness, compendiousness, conciseness, contemptibility, contemptibleness, crumminess, curtness, death wish, debasement, decrescendo, deepness, degradation, dejectedness, dejection, depravity, depression, despair, despicableness, despondency, despondentness, dimness, discouragement, disheartenment, dispiritedness, down trip, downcastness, downer, downheartedness, drooping spirits, enormity, execrableness, faintness, feebleness, flatness, foulness, fullness, fulsomeness, gentleness, grossness, heartlessness, heinousness, hollowness, homeliness, hopelessness, ignobility, indistinctness, instantaneousness, littleness, low spirits, lowness of spirit, malaise, meanness, mellowness, miserableness, monstrousness, nefariousness, obnoxiousness, odiousness, oppression, ordinariness, paltriness, pessimism, pettiness, plangency, plebeianism, pokiness, poorness, rankness, resonance, richness, scabbiness, scrubbiness, scruffiness, scumminess, scurviness, self-destructive urge, shabbiness, shoddiness, short time, shortness, sinking heart, smallness, softness, sonority, sonorousness, spiritlessness, squalor, subaudibility, subduedness, succinctness, suicidal despair, summariness, taedium vitae, transience, unclearness, vibrancy, vileness, weakness, weariness of life, wretchedness